Reviews! Is Scam or Legit? How it Works reviews Some days back, a friend I met through one of the best social networks introduced me to SharePop, a service provider where people earn by simply promoting applications. If you haven’t heard about SharePop, and or heard about them but still wondering what exactly they are, how they work, how to earn, how to get paid, whether they are scam or legit, this review has all answers answered.

After visiting the invitation link and heading to the site, I decided to find more with regard so I could share all about in this review. It took me time to figure out how they exactly work, something which helped me reach a conclusion on whether SharePop is a scam site not to waster your time or a legitimate opportunity I would recommend you join. Nevertheless, the answer to the above is right within this review.

SharePop “claims” to be a “platform which helps social media influencers of the recommended size to make extra income by way of promoting mobile applications to their audience. What happens is that one simply joins at free cost, picks an app to promote, is given a “unique link and a call-to-action” which allows him or her earn per successful installation or paid action.

Every time your followers performs a successful download of the promoted application/s, gets it installed and is opened, SharePop member (one who promoted the link) is paid a number of coins (between 100 – 500) depending on the app installed and the country where one did the action from. Coins are he official currency of SharePop in which members are paid per actions. 100 SharePop coins are equivalent to $1.

Once you reach the equivalent of $50 in coins, you can withdraw cash via PayPal or wire transfer and in US dollars. The coins are converted in USD when it is time for withdrawal. Depending on ones promotional strategies, one is likely to earn unlimited since the limit is how far you can reach in-terms of promotion.

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While joining is free, it is recommended that one “needs at least 10,000 followers based mostly in the USA, UK or Canada! This means that without the required number of followers, chances are that you won’t be able to make it on this fast earning platform.

Is scam or legit?

Before I joined, this is a same question I asked my referrer. I know many people out there are asking this same question right? But how do you know? Now that I joined a this service a few days back and progressing well, I will definitely share with you my findings once I reach minimum threshold and request a payment. Surely this will help me reach on a conclusion I talked about above basing on real facts other than from what others say.

KWS Adams

My name is KWS Adams. Blogging is my Passion. I love writing and sharing about everything. Connect me on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Whatsapp.

5 Responses

  1. Great says:

    Thanks for the great article. Are you still waiting for the payment? Scam or legit pliz share!

  2. Mubashir Abid says:

    fake site

  3. Xavier Piper says:

    Let me know on here

  4. Xavier Piper says:

    Did you ever get paid please tell me !!

  5. Chris says:

    After spending the last several hours researching ways to make money online, I would venture to guess that you get paid to blog, and you get paid per word. I’m not saying it’s poorly written but it was very wordy with no real conclusion.

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